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Harvard economist Rogoff: I'm 'nervous' about Trump winning

Kenneth Rogoff isn't the kind of guy who makes political endorsements. As a public policy professor at Harvard University and the former chief economist at the International Monetary Fund, he tries to avoid taking political positions at all. But this year is different. He says the prospect of Republican nominee Donald Trump winning the presidency has him "nervous." "It just creates so much uncertainty," Rogoff told Business Insider.
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